Leumi card employee arrested for extortion

Omri Ariel reports an update to a case previously noted on this blog:

The Tel Aviv District Attorney’s office on Thursday indicted 30-year-old Eliran Rosens on charges of extortion by threat, conspiracy to defraud and several other offences, one of which is under a gag order. According to the indictment, Rosens, a former employee of Leumi Card, was unhappy about not being promoted and decided to take vengeance by stealing the company’s database.

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